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  1. By JEREMY HINES thehines7@gmail.com There’s cool, and then there’s Jack Eiteljorge cool. The Carmel senior wrestler may even be too cool. “Jack’s the guy I want to do my heart surgery because he’s as cool as a cucumber,” Greyhound coach Ed Pendoski said. “He doesn’t get rattled by anything. But, that’s one of the things we are trying to work on this year. I want him having emotion. We’ve talked to him about how sometimes you have to have emotion, whether it be positive or negative.” Just how cool is Eiteljorge? “He’s so cool that you could sit him down and tell him that someone just walked into his house and killed his dog, Bacon. His reply would be, ‘Oh, OK.’,” Pendoski said. “You could tell him that Taylor Swift is in the hot tub and wants to make out with him, and he’d say ‘Oh, OK’.” Eiteljorge is currently ranked No. 2 in the state at 160 pounds. He is a three times sectional and regional champion, but he has never punched his ticket to state. Pendoski thinks opening up and getting a little emotional may be the edge that Eiteljorge needs to finally get to state - and possibly win. “Going into this year, after the Super 32, we had just had two pretty bad losses,” Pendoski said. “We really started dialing in on our mental part. He’s done a good job reacting to that. The phrase we use a lot is that mental toughness is the ability to manage the thoughts in your head. We went back to that simple platform. We talked to him about getting excited. We said let’s get angry. Let’s be happy. Show something.” The plan has worked. Eiteljorge is 33-2. He has pinned or tech falled all of his opponents in the state tournament except for one, and that match he won 18-8. “I’ve been trying to show emotion,” Eiteljorge said. “Coach wants me to, and he has a lot of muscle so I listen to him. He feels that sometimes I’m like a robot on the mat. He wants me to just start having fun. I’ve really been working on that part. It’s a big change from past years. Making myself be less methodical is the key. I have to go out there and make the matches fun.” Eiteljorge isn’t one of the kids that found immediate success in the sport of wrestling. When he was young and just started going to CIA, Pendoski’s wrestling academy, he was the guy getting beat up on. “Jack was in a group with some very, very good wrestlers,” Pendoski said. “He was the beginner. The partners he was with had been around for years and were winning championships. I think Jack went two or three months before he even scored a point. But, he was the guy that would stick around after practice and do pull-ups or pushups.” Eventually he won his first club level state tournament. Pendoski says that was a turning point for him. “That’s the day I knew this little ankle-biter would be OK one day,” Pendoski said. “It was nice to see a guy that started from the beginning, worked his tail off and then started to see the results.” Eiteljorge lost in the first round of semistate his freshman year. As a sophomore and a junior he lost in the ticket round. “This year my goal is to win state,” Eiteljorge said. “My goal is not just to get to state. But, I still know there will be a pressure on me to get past the ticket round. If I win that match, I’ll certainly feel a weight has been lifted.” Eiteljorge isn’t one to talk about personal successes, he’s too cool to brag. But, he’s more than willing to gush about his teammates. “I have really good teammates,” he said. “They are awesome. I love hanging out with them. Carmel’s team chemistry is what helps us be a top program. We are always improving. We have a casual, playful environment. We have fun. But when it’s time to get serious we focus and get the job done.” Next season Eiteljorge will wrestle for the University of Indianapolis. “The University of Indianapolis is going to be real happy with the product they are getting with Jack,” Pendoski said.
  2. By JEREMY HINES thehines7@gmail.com There’s cool, and then there’s Jack Eiteljorge cool. The Carmel senior wrestler may even be too cool. “Jack’s the guy I want to do my heart surgery because he’s as cool as a cucumber,” Greyhound coach Ed Pendoski said. “He doesn’t get rattled by anything. But, that’s one of the things we are trying to work on this year. I want him having emotion. We’ve talked to him about how sometimes you have to have emotion, whether it be positive or negative.” Just how cool is Eiteljorge? “He’s so cool that you could sit him down and tell him that someone just walked into his house and killed his dog, Bacon. His reply would be, ‘Oh, OK.’,” Pendoski said. “You could tell him that Taylor Swift is in the hot tub and wants to make out with him, and he’d say ‘Oh, OK’.” Eiteljorge is currently ranked No. 2 in the state at 160 pounds. He is a three times sectional and regional champion, but he has never punched his ticket to state. Pendoski thinks opening up and getting a little emotional may be the edge that Eiteljorge needs to finally get to state - and possibly win. “Going into this year, after the Super 32, we had just had two pretty bad losses,” Pendoski said. “We really started dialing in on our mental part. He’s done a good job reacting to that. The phrase we use a lot is that mental toughness is the ability to manage the thoughts in your head. We went back to that simple platform. We talked to him about getting excited. We said let’s get angry. Let’s be happy. Show something.” The plan has worked. Eiteljorge is 33-2. He has pinned or tech falled all of his opponents in the state tournament except for one, and that match he won 18-8. “I’ve been trying to show emotion,” Eiteljorge said. “Coach wants me to, and he has a lot of muscle so I listen to him. He feels that sometimes I’m like a robot on the mat. He wants me to just start having fun. I’ve really been working on that part. It’s a big change from past years. Making myself be less methodical is the key. I have to go out there and make the matches fun.” Eiteljorge isn’t one of the kids that found immediate success in the sport of wrestling. When he was young and just started going to CIA, Pendoski’s wrestling academy, he was the guy getting beat up on. “Jack was in a group with some very, very good wrestlers,” Pendoski said. “He was the beginner. The partners he was with had been around for years and were winning championships. I think Jack went two or three months before he even scored a point. But, he was the guy that would stick around after practice and do pull-ups or pushups.” Eventually he won his first club level state tournament. Pendoski says that was a turning point for him. “That’s the day I knew this little ankle-biter would be OK one day,” Pendoski said. “It was nice to see a guy that started from the beginning, worked his tail off and then started to see the results.” Eiteljorge lost in the first round of semistate his freshman year. As a sophomore and a junior he lost in the ticket round. “This year my goal is to win state,” Eiteljorge said. “My goal is not just to get to state. But, I still know there will be a pressure on me to get past the ticket round. If I win that match, I’ll certainly feel a weight has been lifted.” Eiteljorge isn’t one to talk about personal successes, he’s too cool to brag. But, he’s more than willing to gush about his teammates. “I have really good teammates,” he said. “They are awesome. I love hanging out with them. Carmel’s team chemistry is what helps us be a top program. We are always improving. We have a casual, playful environment. We have fun. But when it’s time to get serious we focus and get the job done.” Next season Eiteljorge will wrestle for the University of Indianapolis. “The University of Indianapolis is going to be real happy with the product they are getting with Jack,” Pendoski said. View full article
  3. Come spend the weekend with us at Carmel High School and learn some freestyle techniques that will better prepare you for next weekend’s ISWA Freestyle State Tournament.Ed Pendoski and his staff at CUSAWC will run the camp; Coach P has mentored many of Indiana’s finest wrestlers. Cost: $40 cash or check to CUSAWC Location: Carmel High School Wrestling Room, Enter Door 21 (north end of the school) 520 E Main Street Carmel, IN 46032 SUNDAY, APRIL 26 *Lunch will not be provided. Session 1: 1:00pm - 3:00pm Session 2: 4:00pm - 6:00pm Session 3: 6:45pm - 8:15pm Carmel High School & Carmel USA Wrestling Club Head Coach Ed Pendoski’s Bio: •IHSWCA HALL OF FAME Coach •Carmel High School Head Wrestling Coach 2012-Present (2013 Hamilton County Champions, 2014 IHSAA Sectional & Regional Champions); 4 State Qualifiers, 1 State Medalist. •Carmel USA Wrestling Club President and Head Coach since 2012; 10 IHSAA State Qualifiers, 5 IHSAA State Medalists. •Owner and Head Coach of Central Indiana Academy of Wrestling also known as CIA Coach 2005-2012 (Trained and produced numerous youth and middle school and high school aged state champions/placewinners, national champions/All Americans) •Portage Coach 1994-2005 compiled a record of 327-27 winning 11 Sectional titles; 10 Regional titles; nine Semi-State titles; Seven Team State Final Four appearances; Two Team State Runner-ups; 55 IHSAA State qualifiers; 42 State placers; Eight Individual State Champions; 14 Matches "Under the Light!" and was a coach of Eight Division I wrestlers.
  4. Carmel USA Wrestling Club is rolling on Sundays and Thursdays from 6:45pm-8:15pm every week. It is neat to watch the club room grow in numbers and in quality of workout partners.This is a tribute to how hard our staff works and how hard the kids in the blue room work.We have currently about 15 IHSAA Semi State Qualifiers in the room and a handful of those kids are IHSAA State Placers, including 1 IHSAA State Champion.We encourage you to come check us out if you are looking for a place to train on Sundays and/or Thursdays.We charge $50 a month and you must have an ISWA Card. We also want to share a neat opportunity for athletes in Grades 4-8 that is coming up.We, the Carmel High School and Middle School Coaching Staffs are excited to announce this year’s Spring Session Middle School Workouts.This is the second year of doing the weight training workouts, and the results have been phenomenal.It has been great to be able to work with athletes from a variety of different sports.These workouts will take place in the Carmel High School weight room and on the wrestling mat, and will be run by the knowledgeable members of our staffs. Carmel USA Wrestling staff are all certified to teach the athletes how to properly lift weights, and will be on site for these workouts. St. Vincent’s Strength Coach Aaron Bosket helped put this workout regimen together.Coach Bosket is the Carmel High School Strength Coach and oversees all athletic programs in the school, and runs Advanced Physical Conditioning classes during the school day.You must have an ISWA Card to attend. If you are looking to wrestle it is very convenient, since we have wrestling practice right after weight training on Thursdays.The main focus of this Weight Training is to help kids become more athletic in all phases and teach them how to properly lift weights. Click Here For Weight Training Flyer Click Here For Weight Training Registration Contact myself at wade.mcclurg@carmelusawrestling.org or Ed Pendoski at ependosk@ccs.k12.in.us if you have any questions!
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